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August 15, 2007

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» Women's Luncheon at SES San Jose from isedb.com
One of the best parts of attending conferences like Search Engine Strategies in San Jose is the networking. That includes a special women's luncheon with a mix of SEM pioneers as well as new kids on the block. [Read More]

» SES San Jose - Women of Search Marketing Luncheon from SiteProNews Blog
Li Evans is organizing another Women of Search Marketing Luncheon next week during SES San Jose. The lunch event, which is open to about 40 people will take place on Monday August 20 from 12:30 - 2:00 at the Grill on the Alley inside the Fairmont Hotel [Read More]

» Next Week: Search Engine Strategies San Jose from SEO by the SEA
The Search Engine Strategies Conference in San Jose starts next Monday, and Im looking forward to attending, and to meeting up with old friends, making some new friends, learning whats new in the industry, and sharing some ideas with othe... [Read More]

» Extra Curricular Events at Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2007 (and Party Thread) from Search Engine Roundtable
We just posted our Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2007 Conference Coverage. Now you know where we'll all be liveblogging, and as you can tell, some of us are mighty busy. After hours, there will be a plethora of parties... [Read More]

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Count me in! I really excited to meet all of you!

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